Outreach and public engagement are integral to everything Oregon Sea Grant does. They are the tools we use to ensure that our work is not only relevant to society but directly connected with it.
Since 1971, Oregon Sea Grant has been striving to engage, listen to, inform, and assist our stakeholders in a wide range of critical social, economic, and environmental issues. Our stakeholders include scientists; coastal residents and users; local, state, federal, and tribal agencies; and the general public.
Click on the topics in the sidebar at the top right of this page to learn more about our work. You can also locate our staff by clicking on the map below.
Corvallis/Oregon State University
Offices for Oregon Sea Grant Operations, Communications, Research and Scholars; includes Sea Grant Extension agents for Aquatic Invasive Species, Coastal Tourism, Fish Ecology and Watersheds and Free-Choice Learning
Sea Grant Extension offices for Fisheries Management and Coastal Hazards
Hatfield Marine Science Visitor Center and K-12 Marine Education
Aquatic Animal Health and Marine Mammals
Sea Grant Extension Marine Fisheries, Aquaculture and Boating Outreach
Sea Grant Extension Coastal Community Development